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Biology 3624- Freshwater Systems, Summer 2002 at the Dalhousie UniversityDalhousie Instructor: Tanya Holt MSc BEd
Guest lecture by Shalom M. Mandaville B.E., Post-Grad Dip., Professional Lake Manage.
Soil & Water Conservation Society of Metro Halifax (SWCSMH)
Updated: October 26, 2013...... the first ever study in Nova Scotia utilizing the Lake Evaluation Index (LEI) developed by the USEPA's Corvallis Research Lab, Oregon as well as cited in the Lake Management handbook sponsored by the USEPA (Holdren et. al., 2001.) ......
The Cow Bay River watershed flow chart; and the Nova Scotia Lake Hypolimnion Project- Agriculture & Fisheries Dept., NS
Note: By clicking on some of the names in this web page, one can view the pictures of people (all photos were taken by Shalom M. Mandaville of the SWCSMH). No preference has been given to any one person; due to the practicality of keeping manageable web pages, only select anecdotes have been included
A "shallow lake" or "pond" is usually defined as a permanent standing body of water that is sufficiently shallow to allow light penetration to the bottom sediments adequate to potentially support photosynthesis of higher aquatic plants over the entire basin (Wetzel, 2001).
The LEI has also been cited/recommended in the latest handbook on Lake Management sponsored by the massive USEPA!
The following are from the Report of Bob Jordan and Rochelle Owen with the Corvallis Lab of USEPA's Lake Evaluation Index (LEI) values penned in by ink. Since only select scans are being included here, they will not be in sequence:
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